When soldering, the fumes from the solder can be very irritating, and they aren't especially good for you either. After doing some simple solder jobs I realized that I needed a way to get rid of these fumes, as the ventilation at my workspace is pretty bad. My workspace is very limited, so I didn't want to fill it up with a huge fume extactor. I needed a way to make it small and handy. Then I discovered rstraugh's Instructable, in which he showed us how to make a "Third Hand++". From rstraugh's fume extraction concept I came up with my own way of doing it, with a standard third hand device.
To attach the fan I used a screw and nut, putting the screw through one of the holes in the corner. I then took the arm of the magnifying glass and fastened it to the screw with a nut.
To stop the wire from getting in the way of the soldering iron I taped it to the base.
And that's pretty much all there is to it. Please comment for any improvements, suggestions, questions, or anything else. And don't forget to post pictures of your own third hand fume extractor.